Save yourself the hassle of dressing up and spend Halloween in front of the big screen.
Just because it's Halloween doesn't mean that you can't go to the cinema! Here's what we suggest for a spooky trip to the cinema:

My Little Pony

Something for the kids this week as the Mane 6 embark on an unforgettable journey where exciting challenges and new friendships await.
This animation is voiced by Emily Blunt (soon to be seen in the title role of the upcoming Mary Poppins remake) and Live Schrieber of TV’s Ray Donovan fame.
See the trailer here.

The Death of Stalin

This film takes a satirical look of the power struggle that occurred in the immediate aftermath of the Soviet Union’s powerful and feared leader. The film asks what should the future of a nation matter when you could have unimaginable power and influence for yourself. Directed by Armando Iannucci of VEEP fame, the film stars Rupert Friend, Jason Isaacs and Steve Buscemi.
See the trailer here.

Avicii: True Stories

It seems since the success of Eminem’s 8 mile, more and more films are being made about musicians (Straight out of Compton, Get Rich or Die Tryin’, Dreamgirls, Notorius, Walk The Line, Ray, Beyond The Sea.). Here we have a documentary charting the rise of Swedish DJ, Tim Bergling, known to many as Avicii. It charts his rise to fame and the physical and mental challenges that come with it.  Director Levan Tsikurishvili states “Everybody knows Avicii but very few people know Tim. Being a worldwide superstar artist is not as easy as it looks on Instagram.”
See the trailer here.


The Lego Ninjago Movie

Dave Franco and Michael Pena lead a team of misfit Master Builder ninjas on a quest to save Ninjago City from the evil Garmadon, who just so happens to be Green Ninja Lloyd’s father. Jackie Chan also lends his voice to the franchise as Wu in this blockbuster directed by Charlie Bean and Paul Fisher.
See the trailer here.